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Three More to Go

Fresh oyster mushrooms from the Fungi Farmers Three More to Go Approaching the end of the market season is always so bittersweet. It's the culmination of the season's efforts, from seeds planted all the way back in February to the fall harvest and sale of farm fresh produce. We can celebrate these last three weeks as we bring our home our market favorites a few more times. We'll gobble up Murphy Farms' cottage cheese with our favorite toppings, or snag an extra bag of cheese curds from Forgotten Valley Cheese. Some of our end of season market finds will store for quite a while, like sweet potatoes (pictured) or turnips from JenEhr Family Farm. It's a great time to load up on storage crops an

A Cozy Fall Kitchen

Fall raspberries from Shoua Vang A Cozy Fall Kitchen The cooling air, the darker nights, the wind in the falling leaves, all portents of the season. Somehow the changes find balance in the comforts of home and the fall kitchen. A warm mug of mulled cider from Green's Pleasant Springs Orchard shakes the chill from our bones after our outdoor tasks are done. An acorn squash from Don's Produce roasts in the oven as you cut fresh potatoes from Emerald Meadows Family Farm (pictured). The comfort we find in fall is the coziness of knowing we'll soon snug ourselves away for the winter, with dreams of a warm fire, a good book and the softest blanket to be found. With four weeks of the market season

A Fistful of Markets

Welcome back B's Honey! A Fistful of Markets From the first kiss of frost, to bright orange leaves filling our yards, October has undoubtedly arrived in force and we'll celebrate it the best we can. Many of you have already started decorating porches and front yards for Halloween this season, and the market is a great place to pick up some festive additions. Country Bloomer's Greenhouse has a nice selection of pumpkins for carving or decorating, while Sai's Garden is offering cute bunches of ornamental corn and orange hanging lanterns. Though still several weeks away, those of you planning on offering socially distant goodies for trick or treaters should consider honey sticks from Bonde Bee,

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